This is will be the next development and networking meeting of GlobalNet21 where we discuss the progress and development of GlobalNet21. All members are welcome to join and take part in this discussion which we are holding at the great venue of Goodenough College. This meeting will be in three parts.
A) We will first hold a general plenary session where we can talk about the general development of GlobalNet21 and where members can raise their own interests and ideas.
B) we will then divide into interest groups to take forward some of the activities that are already being generated for example,
i) the informal learning network group
ii) the advice and support network group
The first of these will have already had two meetings and so they can use this meeting to further develop their ideas and also interact and involve others. The second group has had one meeting and this will be an opportunity to see if we can take that forward.
If you have ideas of other groups you are interested in then let us know.
C) We hope that in the final part of the evening we will be joined by students from Goodenough College to see how they can be involved in our events and especially in the area of human rights. Some may attend the earlier part of the meeting but many students will not be available until about 8.0pm so we will make this the last part of the evening.
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